In newer versions of VisualWorks, the one shot breakpoint is a really useful thing. In the upgrade process I've been helping with on my current gig, it's been an invaluable aid. Topics: smalltalk, breakpoints, debugging
Tomasz Paczkowski - Fun with cPython memory allocator [EuroPython 2014] [25 July 2014] Working with Python does not usually involve debugging memory problems: the interpreter takes care of allocating and releasing system memory and you get to enjoy working on real world issues. But what if you encounter such problems? What if your program never releases memory? How do you debug it? This talk describes some of the lesser known properties of cPython memory allocator and some ways to debug... Topics: cpython, debugging, memory, EuroPython2014, Python
Anselm Kruis - Post-Mortem Debugging with Heap-Dumps [EuroPython 2014] [25 July 2014] UNIX core-dumps, Windows minidumps or Java heap-dumps are well established technologies for post-mortem defect analysis. I'll present a similar technology for Python. An improved pickling mechanism makes it possible to serialise the state of a Python program for subsequent analysis with a conventional Python-debugger. ----- Post-Mortem Debugging with Heap-Dumps ===================================== UNIX... Topics: pickle, debugging, post-mortem, EuroPython2014, Python
Instructor: Yossi Farjoun The collection includes six supplementary lectures demonstrating how to use MATLAB's command prompt, plot graphs, use files and functions, and debug code. View the complete course: http://ocw.mit.edu/18-S997F11 License: Creative Commons BY-NC-SA More information at http://ocw.mit.edu/terms More courses at http://ocw.mit.edu Topics: MATLAB, programming, code, functions, plotting, scripts, debugging
Various functionalities and debugging techniques during software development may end with some blunder mistakes in later stages of software development, due to which intended and projected functionality of the software is difficult to achieve. In the process of Software Development and evolution, Developer has to answer multiple questions about how the code or software behaves at runtime. The traditional or classical debugger while debugging gives developer bunch of breakpoints in the source... Topics: Software Programming, Objects, Debugging, UI, Errors
Inappropriate debugging techniques during software development may leads to some blunder mistakes in later stages of software development, due to which intended and projected functionality of the software is difficult to achieve. In the process of Software Development and evolution, Developer has to answer multiple questions about how the code or software behaves at runtime. The traditional or classical debugger while debugging gives developer bunch of breakpoints in the source code. This is an... Topics: Software Programming, Debugging, Objects, UI, Errors
Demonstrates the used of custom pretty-printers for debugging C++ code with GDB's Python features. Examples are shown with the GCC's C++ standard library and the Insight Toolkit. Topics: gdb, debugging, python, itk, custom pretty-printer
This screencast shows me debugging Rules configuration for deleting orphaned tags. --- This screencast is a part of the epic learning series "Four weeks of Drupal", chapter "Rules exercises". You can view the full series at http://dev.nodeone.se/en/four-weeks-of-drupal. Please post any comments over there, or we won't see them. Sorry. Topics: Drupal, 4 weeks of Drupal, NodeOne, Rules, blooper, fail, debugging
XZ- Ⅱ type rotary inverted pendulum is a typical mechatronic system; it completes real-time motion control using DSP motion controller and motor torque. In this paper, we recognize XZ- Ⅱ rotational inverted pendulum and learn system composition, working principle, using method, precautions and software platform. We master how to build mathematical model and state feedback control method (pole assignment algorithm) of the one order rotational inverted pendulum system and finish simulation... Topics: Rotational Inverted Pudulem, Mathematical Model, State Feedback, Simulation, Debugging
Elizaveta Shashkova - Monkey-patching: a magic trick or a powerful tool? [EuroPython 2016] [22 July 2016 / 2016-07-22] [Bilbao, Euskadi, Spain] (https://ep2016.europython.eu//conference/talks/monkey-patching-a-magic-trick-or-a-powerful-tool) Monkey-patching is a dynamic modification of a class or a module at runtime. The Python gives developers a great opportunity to use monkey-patching almost everywhere. But should developers do it? Is it a magic trick or a powerful tool? In this talk we will... Topics: Debugging, Python general, Best Practice, Development, Programming, EuroPython2016, Python
Testing an app on your perfect Nexus 5 device under perfect network conditions works great, but you're getting reports of strange behavior from the wild and weird crashes that you can't reproduce. This talk will walk through some of the more complex options on the Developer Options screen in the Android OS and discuss how a developer can use them to debug problems in their application. Topics covered include: showing surface updates to help you find layout loops in your app, showing layout... Topics: Youtube, video, Science & Technology, Twitter, Flight, Twitter Flight, #TwitterFlight, 2015,...
From the bitsavers.org collection, a scanned-in computer-related document. hp :: 64700 :: brochure :: 5966-1958E HP C Debugger Nov97 Topics: trace, debugger, sample, debugging, trigger, variables, disp, displayed, interface, variable,...
These are images of Sytem 360 RPG Debugging Template and Key-Punch Cards, Model IBM J33837; Produced by the IBM Corporation 1970. Card dimensions are: 7 3/8" width by 7 3/8" height by 3 1/4" Width and weight 2grams for Key-Punch Card and 15 grams for Debugging Template . No copyright notice; Public Domain as per Rule 5 of the U.S. Copyright Statutes. Ebook created by Gerard Arthus Topics: IBM, debugging template, 360, RPG, key puch, card, computer, information systems, programming, IBM...
Summary: Thoughts about the evolution of high-level languages from machine language Source: http://hackerpublicradio.org/eps.php?id=0926 Mr Gadgets calls in Apocalyptic year 2012 where he discusses Assembler, COBOL and Grace Hopper From: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grace_Hopper Rear Admiral Grace Murray Hopper (December 9, 1906 – January 1, 1992) was an American computer scientist and United States Navy officer. A pioneer in the field, she was one of the first programmers of the Harvard Mark... Topics: machine code, assembly language, Grace Hopper, COBOL, debugging, C, Python, Perl, Vala